A vast array of colours

Turquoise, yellow and pink for Puppy, the dog designed by Eero Aarnio featuring essential, rounded shapes, and which in these three new delicate shades reminds us of the delightfully soft, playful sensations associated with certain desserts.

New, soft, vibrant colours oozing with personality have come to join the Magis world!

Turquoise, yellow and pink for Puppy, the dog designed by Eero Aarnio featuring essential, rounded shapes, and which in these three new delicate shades reminds us of the delightfully soft, playful sensations associated with certain desserts.

Alternating warm and cool shades – yellow, pink, bordeaux, blue and green – instead characterise the new colours offered for the 360° container designed by Konstantin Grcic. These bold, distinct tones interpret the versatile, dynamic character of this practical storage unit on wheels fitted with rotating drawers, designed to optimise space in the office and at home.

ESAD ID TALKS – an account of Magis’ experience

How is an idea for a project conceived, developed and implemented? Education encounters Magis’ experience at the ESAD University in Porto, Portugal, a renowned international design school where Alberto Perazza held a conference and workshop on 17 May. The event, which is part of a cycle of meetings, was an opportunity to speak about design…

How is an idea for a project conceived, developed and implemented?

Education encounters Magis’ experience at the ESAD University in Porto, Portugal, a renowned international design school where Alberto Perazza held a conference and workshop on 17 May.

The event, which is part of a cycle of meetings, was an opportunity to speak about design and creativity to students and future designers and how the designer and the company can achieve these through working together in a coordinated manner. This is then followed by a targeted manufacturing process, which produces unique objects such as Magis’ iconic products, some of which were displayed for the occasion in an exhibition set up in the ESAD university lobby.

 

The exhibitions we are displayed in

Until 31 May, Steelwood Stool designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and bar stool Tom, design by Konstantin Grcic, will be on display at the U-Joints exhibition curated by Anniina Koivu, at ECAL/University of Art and Design, Lausanne, Switzerland. The Nivola Museum in Orani (Nuoro, Sardinia) pays tribute to Alessandro Mendini three months after his…

Until 31 May, Steelwood Stool designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and bar stool Tom, design by Konstantin Grcic, will be on display at the U-Joints exhibition curated by Anniina Koivu, at ECAL/University of Art and Design, Lausanne, Switzerland.

The Nivola Museum in Orani (Nuoro, Sardinia) pays tribute to Alessandro Mendini three months after his death, through the ATELIER MENDINI. LE ARCHITETTURE exhibition, curated by Aldo Colonetti. It presents the results of fifty years of projects by this architect, designer and outstanding artist, including the Magis Proust armchair he designed in 2011. Three Magis Prousts are on display inside the exhibition, which is open until 16 June 2019. (ph: Cedric Dasesson)

From 18 May to 15 September 2019, TEHDAS – FABRIK – FACTORY provides a reflection on the factory perceived as a creative space, and on the current role of craftsmanship within the various design industries. Installed at the Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale (Finland) and curated by Anniina Koivu, it showcases design pieces, including the iconic Chair_One designed by Konstantin Grcic.

 

Magis at the Salone del Mobile 2019

Magis is attending the Salone del Mobile 2019 with a space which embraces visitors in a sensation of serenity and sharing. The idea for this new concept, curated by Swedish Studio Note in its second year of working with Magis, is the welcoming classical architecture of the inner courtyards of the traditional Italian palazzo, more…

Magis is attending the Salone del Mobile 2019 with a space which embraces visitors in a sensation of serenity and sharing. The idea for this new concept, curated by Swedish Studio Note in its second year of working with Magis, is the welcoming classical architecture of the inner courtyards of the traditional Italian palazzo, more specifically Palazzo Ducale in Venice, and of the cloisters. A pursuit of visuals and volumes back in time, through fascinating architectural arrangements around a central courtyard, a generous and inviting space for socialising, yet at the same time intimate and protective, interpreted as the ideal place today for sitting, talking and exchanging ideas or simply taking a break. All around is the colour of water, the unifying element of the lagoon city, which becomes the dominant colour of the stand and its evocative atmosphere.

During the furniture fair week the Magis showroom on Corso Garibaldi will have a set curated again by the firm Note and dedicated to Plato, the new chair by Jasper Morrison. Press preview: Monday 8 April, from 3 pm to 8 pm

Come and visit us in hall 20, stand C15/D14, and at the Magis showroom at Corso Garibaldi 77

 

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